Book Review of Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng

Since I’m a little late to the Little Fires party, I wondered what I could possibly say about this book that hasn’t already been said. Yet, I still felt compelled to give my opinion anyway. For those who are unfamiliar… Read more

Interview with Amber Tran Author of Moon River

When did you first decide to write Moon River? I have always wanted to write about my childhood growing up in West Virginia. Moon River started as a memoir of my summers in West Virginia, but when I finished the… Read more

Review of Beginning Anna’s Legacy: Book One by Sheryl Fawcett

College senior Hayley Marshall has recently lost her beloved great aunt to cancer. When she’s mysteriously summoned to the office of a NYC lawyer, she’s stunned to learn she’s been included in her aunt’s will. The terms are non-negotiable and… Read more

Review of A Different Truth by Annette Oppenlander

Andy Olson’s parents have sent him away to Palmer Military Academy. During the turbulent late 1960s, going to a military school definitely has its drawbacks. Protests and negative public opinion about the Vietnam War are at an all-time high. Andy… Read more

Review of Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow

We first meet Charlotte “Charlie” Davis as an uncommunicative and angry seventeen-year-old during a stay at a mental health facility after she has a self-destructive breakdown. When her medical insurance runs out, Charlie is discharged into the care of her… Read more

Review of Monsterland by Michael Phillip Cash

Wyatt Baldwin is the new kid in town, which makes him part of the “unpopular” group at school. He secretly worships perfect and beautiful Jade, but knows she belongs to Nolan, the school jock. Wyatt is a good and caring… Read more

Review of Under Rose-Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall

Norah is seventeen and lives her entire life inside her house. She’s homeschooled by her mother and she hasn’t seen her friends in four years. Norah doesn’t leave the house because she suffers from OCD, agoraphobia and severe anxiety. When… Read more

Review of The Memory of Things by Gae Polisner

Kyle Donohue is a sixteen-year-old high school student who, on the morning of September 11, 2001, is racing across the Brooklyn Bridge to get home when he spots what he thinks is a large bird. When he realizes the bird… Read more

Review of The Girls by Emma Cline

I was so excited to read this book, yet I wondered about all the hype. Would I be fooled again? I waited for it to become available at my local library, but was too anxious to wait any longer and… Read more

Review of The History Major by Michael Phillip Cash

Amanda Greene is a college freshman who wakes up after a night of heavy partying to find things aren’t quite as she remembers them. Her dorm room and roommate are no longer the same and she’s late for history class… Read more